I became an Oma on December 5th when Tobin my first grandchild was born. It has been so much more exquisite than I ever imagined. For his first 10 weeks I have enjoyed meditating with him in my arms. I feel his energy sinking into mine, relaxing, us moving into other dimensions together. It is so loving, spiritually deep, and totally consuming in a wonderful way that I can float in this dimension for large expanses of time. I am not clear what number dimension we are in. I love just Being and experiencing the the co-mingling of our energy. It is such a peaceful dimension that is quiet yet filled with energy and love. I have not written in my blog for eight months but holding Tobin has totally brought me back to my exploration of dimensions. I am so grateful for this opportunity. It’s so easy to unconditionally love him. I am so blessed that my daughter enjoys having me hold him. As with so many other dimensions, this dimensional experience is outside the realm of words so the comforting intensity of the experience is hard to express.
During and after meditation I check the information I have obtained using muscle testing or kinesiology to test if it is accurate. When I go to my chiropractor or naturopath they both use muscle testing to see if my body can use the the vitamin or the medical treatment they are suggesting.
David Hawkins who has been prolific in his writing about consciousness also writes about kinesiology. He is a psychiatrist and consciousness researcher who wrote Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior (2002). His main theme is that there are many carefully calibrated levels of consciousness and that the highest levels of consciousness lead to transcendence and enlightenment. He tests each research subject using kinesiology or muscle testing, to determine a person’s particular level of consciousness. In his view kinesiology is an exact science that produces results that can be replicated across many research subjects. In kinesiology, his subjects hold an arm out straight to the side, then the questioner asks the subject a yes or no question and pushes the arm down and if the answer is ‘no’ the arm will go weak and will drop when pushed and if the answer is ‘yes’ it will remain strong and the arm will not fall if pushed. This is the same technique my chiropractor and naturopath use.
In the 1970s, John Diamond named this technique behavioral kinesiology. “Dr. Diamond’s startling discovery was that indicator muscles would strengthen or weaken in the presence of positive or negative emotional and intellectual stimuli, as well as physical stimuli” (Hawkins, 2002, p. 3). Hawkins also mentioned another type of kinesiology, which he states is just as accurate, where a person can check their own ‘yes’ or ‘no’ question by putting their thumb and baby finger together and then asking the question while trying to pull those two fingers apart using the thumb and pointer finger of the opposite hand (Hawkins, 2002, p. 296). He carefully tested many research subjects and reported a high level of reliability. I learned about this second form of kinesiology about fifteen years ago and have continually used it to test if the answers I am receiving for my work are accurate.
I protect my energy field and then I clear out any negative energy. I accomplish this by first asking my guides to put a protective field around me. I actually visualize what it will look like, for instance, a titanium barrier, a stone protection, or love and light. I often change what it looks and feels like.
Once that is in place, I visualize a donut of energy descending from the top of my head slowly lowering over my body to below my feet. As it slowly rises back up, I see the donut collecting all the negative energy that has come on or around me. I also visualize a saw to cut off any attachments that have pulled on my energy field to cut them all off. These negative energies all collect on the donut until it is over my head and then I visiualize a bag containing all of this and send it to the white light where the negative energy is converted into positive white light. Whatever form of protection, clearing, and relaxation you use is fine.
Now I relax, close my eyes, and notice how my body feels. I move any part of my body that is not comfortable. I pay attention to my breath as it slowly goes in and out of my body, as I start to meditate. I ask for my guides and higher self to be present and protect me on this journey. I ask that Source be with me and guide me during this process. As I take several more deep relaxing breaths l notice my consciousness gently rising. As you do this you may think that you are imagining or making up what you are noticing, this is OK, just keep breathing in a relaxed manner. If nothing is happening that is OK, just keep breathing and your breath may guide you into another dimension. Breathe slowly in and out. I sometimes ask to go to a specific numbered dimension. When done I ask to come back to present. Enjoy your journey.
Two weeks ago I got my first tattoo. The artist, Cindy Lou said it would feel like a cat scratching a sunburn. I found the pain came in waves. At first I tried to breathe and relax. Then I moved into a place of appreciation and to the vortex that Esther Hicks talks about at her Abraham talks. But I could not sustain my inner peace. When I opened my eyes I would come right back into a place of pain. The tattoo was taking two hours to complete. Suddenly I remembered that I could move into another dimension. I asked my guides which would be the best dimension to go to for this situation. I found that the 61st dimension worked the best. I was able to totally relax and the pain faded into a mild background noise. This dimension was very soothing. I found I needed to ask several times to be brought back to the 61st dimension, otherwise, I would fall out of it. In this dimension I felt like waves were rolling over me and taking the pain and I was being soothed. I realized that people who are hurting could go to the 61st dimension and flow with the pain rather than become tense and fight it. By the time the tattoo was done I felt relaxed, calm, spacey, and in a soft glow of wonderfulness. I was so grateful to have found this dimension. The other artist in the room told me he had never seen someone relax and enjoy having a tattoo as much as me.
The first dimension is a dot which contains everything in the universe. All energy is in that one dot. Everything is still and quite peaceful there. At first one could feel lonely there but soon one realizes that everything is contained in this dimension. Everything is one and we are one with everything and everyone. There is no separation or differences. Being there feels like floating while being connected to all that is. There are no contrasts so there are no highs or lows. Everything is neutral. We are in a state of being. There is no impingement from outside sources since there is no inside or outside, since all is one. This space is neither comfortable or uncomfortable since everything just is. Many beings in the universe like rocks and trees are in this dimension all of the time. Last week I painted a butterfly that represents the first dimension. A photograph I took of a peony bud also represents the first dimension.
I will share with you the dozens of different dimensions I have entered often during meditation with the help of my guides. There are dimensions that we can each easily go to that help us play golf better, paint more easily, play sports with a higher level success, or help us to feel happier and more content. When I first started moving into other dimensions, I was afraid that I could be psychologically hurt or get lost in a new dimension and not know how to get back. This did not happen. I found it to be easy, fascinating, and fun to explore other dimensions and constantly be learning new information. Recently I have been painting watercolor paintings of the different dimensions that I will post on this blog.
I am Carol Curran and five years ago I received a Ph.D. titled “The Experience of Moving to Other Dimensions of Consciousness” in the fields of Psychology and Anthropology of Consciousness. Previously I was a MSW psychotherapist for twenty years having a busy private practice. Now I am in a state of being rather than doing while regularly meditating, playing with my dog Sashi and my loving supportive husband. I enjoy visiting with my three daughters and their partners, having coffee with my fantastic friends, volunteering, painting, playing my viola, biking, golfing, gardening, cross country skiing, and reading. I am so grateful for my precious life.